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Montana / Freemen Standoff #611916

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 14, 1996
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(Studio: Jack Ford) Report introduced.

(Jordan, MT: Jim Avila) The dispute in Montana amongst ranchers over the grabbing of land by the Freemen group examined; scenes shown of a cattle drive that was a message to both the Freemen and the government. [Freemen neighbor Tom STANTON, rancher K.L. BLISS - comment on the situation.] [Freemen negotiator Karl Ohigh school - suggests a way for them to be heard.] Death of FBI special agent Kevin Kramer in an auto accident on the Montana road near the FBI command post noted; scenes shown.

Reporter(s):
Avila, Jim;
Ford, Jack
Duration:
00:02:00

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